Steffan Harries

Free Easement Search

Need to see if a property is affected by an easement? We've got some hot tips for you!

When purchasing property in Queensland, the abundance of legal and industry terminology can be overwhelming. Amongst the commonly used terms throughout your property journey, ‘easement’ is likely to be frequently mentioned, starting from your initial discussions with the real estate agent and continuing throughout the conveyancing process.

Want us to review an easement?

We can have one of our town planners obtain a copy of the survey plan, and easement document, and provide general advice including:

You can get us underway today using the below ‘PAY NOW’ button. 

*we will endeavour to complete all easement reviews within 2 business days from payment. The $250 fee is charged PER EASEMENT. If there is multiple easements, our office will be in touch to discuss additional costs.

How to do a free easement search in Queensland

Looking to determine if your property is impacted by a registered easement?

You can utilise helpful tools like QLD Globe! (https://qldglobe.information.qld.gov.au/)

By searching for your property and enabling the ‘easements’ overlay, you can easily discover (at no cost) if an easement affects your property. 

If you require detailed information about the conditions of the easement, it is necessary to visit the titles office or a distributor like CITEC (with associated costs of up to $100).

For any inquiries regarding easements or to gain a better understanding of their implications, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team of knowledgeable town planners.

What is an easement?

An easement refers to a portion of land that is part of a specific lot, owned by one individual, but grants another person the right to access it. Common examples include the right to cross the land for rear block access or for essential services such as drainage or sewerage.

Within the context of an easement, there are typically one or more parties who benefit from it, as well as one or more parties who bear the burden of it. The land holding the advantage of the easement is referred to as the ‘dominant tenement,’ while the land that carries the burden of the easement is known as the ‘servient tenement.’

Need help finding an easement? Get in touch with one of our town planners to help today!

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Want us to review?

*The $250 fee is charged PER EASEMENT. If there is multiple easements, our office will be in touch to discuss additional costs.

Have an enquiry?

The best and fastest way to make an enquiry is to submit our online form here.

Still prefer to call? 

A member of our admin team will be happy to take down your details and send them to a planner for assessment. Call us on 33170042.

Please have the details of your enquiry ready.

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